Read our news bulletins


Members of America's Newspapers can request that these newsletters be emailed to them.  To have your name added to our distribution list, sign up here!

Please add us to your distribution list for news about your company.  We'd love to feature the good things you are doing in a future newsletter.

December 10, 2019

  • The Dallas Morning News launches innovative evening news edition
  • Newspaper's Harrison readers to be converted to digital
  • Lauren Gustus named director of Community Funding Initiatives
  • TownNews introduces iQ Audience+, a sophisticated, data-driven solution for audience monetization and growth
  • Mega-Conference — A 2020 Resolution: Tell the story of your newspaper's value to your community
  • Two new webinars announced for January — free for members

December 6, 2019

  • People news
  • 200th anniversary video celebrates history of Arkansas Gazette
  • Here's what you'll miss if you miss Executive Voices
  • Old is New: Tech-based companies launch print publications
  • Watchdog: 2019 a 'very good year' for public notice
  • Texas Tribune is creating its first-ever local news revenue and training lab
  • Conferences and Webinars

November 26, 2019

  • Executive Voices: An exclusive event for top-level newspaper executives
  • Industry appointments
  • Keep faith in the truth, Bill Clinton says at event honoring newspaper's 200th birthday
  • Former Facebook employees create Cocoon, a social media network for your family
  • Print archives show past impeachments.  Where will we go to find the history being made today?

November 22, 2019

  • New Gannett appoints key executives
  • First issue of print publication from America's Newspapers is live!
  • Will you be in the room where it happens at Voices?
  • How to boost your email newsletters
  • Chicago Reader to pursue nonprofit status
  • Lessons on paywalls from a small local newspaper
  • Reporting on gun violence? Share these resources
  • Upcoming conferences and webinars

November 19, 2019

  • Putting a price tag on local news
  • White paper: How intelligent paywalls maximize total digital revenue
  • Study: Newsrooms not keeping up with changing demographics
  • The Executive Voices Experience
  • Industry appointments
  • Opinion Column: Government cannot govern press
  • Connecting with loyal readers
  • The Durango Herald launches membership model
  • Connecting your child to a community: Subscribe to a newspaper
  • Ogden Newspapers selects Presteligence's My News 360 for editorial
  • Shelbyville Times-Gazette sold to Holler Media
  • North Dakota Group sold to family group
  • Manchester Newspapers Inc. sold to Capital Region Independent Media
  • Boca Raton paper encourages readers to become patrons for as little as $5.99 a month

November 15, 2019

  • Merger approved between New Media Investment Group and Gannett
  • How The Salt Lake Tribune secured nonprofit status
  • KU's journalism school is reviving a small-town newspaper
  • Sales and acquisitions
  • Upcoming conferences and webinars

November 12, 2019

  • From the CEO: Your participation is needed to achieve our goals
  • Industry appointments
  • Nielsen to separate into two leading global companies
  • Top 6 trends for more revenue + engagement for 2020
  • Wrapping paper design contest shows off children's creativity
  • Editorial: Public shouldn't face battle to get records
  • Fairbanks (Alaska) Daily News-Miner goes live with Brainworks' Advertising and CRM solution
  • Women in Journalism Workshop

November 8, 2019

  • What happens when a newspaper is donated to its community?
  • New study reveals drivers of digital news media subscriptions
  • Local Newsroom Revenue Project open for applications
  • Idaho Statesman cuts Saturday print, launches expanded weekend editions
  • Upcoming conferences and webinars

November 5, 2019

  • McClatchy launches subscription product for political obsessives
  • People news
  • Add our jobs board to your recruiting arsenal
  • Register for Mega-Conference before rates increase Nov. 18
  • In an historic shift, The Salt Lake Tribune gets IRS approval to become a nonprofit
  • The Greenville Standard finds sponsors for weekly page for children
  • The Washington Examiner chooses Brainworks' Advertising & CRM solution

November 1, 2019

  • Does the public actually trust local news more than other institutions?
  • Price elasticity tests reveal revenue opportunities for publishers
  • Monico joins Adams Publishing Group as COO
  • New Media and Gannett name board of directors for combined company
  • Coming up from America's Newspapers ...

October 29, 2019

  • USA TODAY's digital innovation continues with launch of simplified, faster website
  • It's time to get personal with consumers, or get lost
  • People news (including new publishers)
  • Registration begins for Family Owners & Next Generation Leadership Conference, to be held in February just prior to Mega-Conference
  • To record or not to record (Randy Hines)
  • Kentucky Standard to drop Friday edition
  • Gimbals: Tips and tools (a review)
  • Great West Newspapers chooses Brainworks' new Stratica Advertising & CRM

October 25, 2019

  • Connect with America's Newspapers (email and social media)
  • Facebook launches news section
  • Fellowship aims to foster next generation of local newspaper owners
  • Report examines impact of news deserts
  • People news (industry appointments)
  • How The Buffalo News handled insider trading story about a local congressman

October 24, 2019

  • Q&A with Dean Ridings (new CEO of America's Newspapers)

October 23, 2019

  • Local News is a Public Good (download White Paper)
  • Connect with staff members and with each other
  • People news (industry appointments)
  • AlabamaNow provides readers with original and curated articles

October 18, 2019

  • Walter Hussman discusses bringing back faith in newpapers on FOX News
  • Chris Blade takes leadership at Post Bulletin
  • Webinar: Can you 'talk the talk' of digital advertising?
  • How to reengage your email subscribers
  • How eight nonprofit newsrooms increased their major gifts
  • Over half of Americans get their news from social media
  • The Smithfield Times is being sold

October 15, 2019

  • Gallery of photos from the inaugural meeting
  • People news (industry appointments)
  • Texas paper is accepting paid endorsement letters on ballot measures
  • Your reporters need to take Newsroom Eonomics 101. Here's a start
  • Gimbals for video: A tool for journalists on the move
  • Texas, Oklahoma student newspapers collaborate for epic, dual isssue
  • Boone Newspapers goes live with Brainworks CMS

October 10, 2019

Highlights from the Inaugural Meeting in Chicago:

  • Digital not-so-ready: Initial findings from the GNI Subscriptions Lab
  • Take advantage of a tool everyone already uses: Email
  • Protecting public notices and the vital information they provide

October 9, 2019

Highlights from the Inaugural Meeting in Chicago:

  • Putting challenges in perspective: Difficult doesn't mean impossible
  • Hussman encourages all newspapers to adopt a Statement of Core Values
  • Awards presented at the conference

October 8, 2019

  • America's Newspapers names newspaper association veteran Dean Ridings as its first CEO

October 7, 2019

Highlights from the Inaugural Meeting in Chicago:

  • A new champion for newspapers is born
  • In battle with digital giants, looking for 'safe harbor' in Congress
  • How the Battle of New Orleans was won
  • Small is the new big: Niche publications that are year-round revenue generators


No comments on this story | Please log in to comment by clicking here
Please log in or register to add your comment